Josh Beaulieu

Josh Beaulieu was born January 10,1987 and raised in Comber, Ontario. He started playing hockey at the young age of 3. Josh played in the Alliance AAA system for the Sun County Panthers and Chatham Kent Cyclones. Josh was a 2nd round draft pick to the London Knight in 2003. He continued to excel with the Knights and enjoyed a 4 year career in London.  Josh won a Memorial Cup in 2005 with the Knights and was later drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 5th round. He played for the Flyers AHL affiliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms, for 3 seasons. Josh played a total of 7 years pro and enjoyed a season as assistant coach for the Evansville Icemen of the ECHL, where the previous season he sustained a career ending injury while serving as Captain of the team. He now lives back in London with his wife, Vanessa, and 2 sons, Ryan (7yrs) & Tyler (5yrs), who are active hockey players. Josh is currently coaching both of his children's hockey teams and enjoys helping players develop the skills and mental capacity necessary to excel in the hockey world. Josh’s dedication and passion for the game is undeniable and is genuinely experienced by all who work with him.